Two new residential developments are in the works over on Ashland Avenue right now—the first being in Lincoln Park and the other over on Chicago’s red hot west side near Ukrainian Village.
The Lincoln Par project, called The Parker 60614, is a luxury 53-unit condo development that is somewhat unique in its design. Rather than being just one continuous structure, The Parker 60614 will instead consists of a number of two to six-flat buildings spread out over 18 individual lots, which in some ways allows these units to live more like townhomes rather than condos, especially given a few of the different layouts are duplex floor plans.
Luxury condos for sale at The Parker 60614 feature between two and three bedrooms and according to reports, will list between $499,000 and $839,000. Inside, units will boast a range of top-of-the-line finishes that include everything from heated floors in the master bedrooms to high-end Viking stainless steel appliance packages.
As for the Ukrainian Village/Noble Square project, developers are looking to build a four story building that includes retail on the ground level and 14 condos on its upper floors. Initially, more affordable units were planned for the space that would directly appeal to buyers looking for something close to transportation, but now it seems larger three bedroom units with between 1,350 and 2,150 square feet will fill out the new building, which is located at 1011-1013 N. Ashland.
Groundbreaking for the project is expected to happen this spring with occupancy planned for the spring of 2017.